Thursday, April 30, 2009

Photo of one of Regina's most recognizable landmarks, one half of the McCallum Hill Twin towers in the cities financial district. (Skywatch Friday)


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67 comments:

PAK said...

This reflections of the sky are great!

Bonnie Bonsai said...

That is spectacular! Look at the clear reflection of the clouds on the glassy walls!

Downtown Child said...

Look up ... waaaay up ... and I'll call Guy for more downtown shots!

Peach said...

Blue skies surrounded by blue skies -- Excellent!

B Squared said...

This is a really good capture, Guy.

Laurieluc said...

That should be your skywatch! Most excellent shot, i love, LOVE the blue reflection of the sky mirrored in the building.

Have a great weekend.
Laurie

Danial said...

This reflection's of sky are beautiful.

Hilda said...

Fantastic reflection of the sky!

Lois said...

Stunning shot! I love the reflections of the clouds and sky!

2sweetnsaxy said...

Interesting shape of that building. The reflections of the sky in the windows is wonderful!
:-)

Tarolino said...

Astonishing building if I ever saw one. Really stunning the way it reflects the sky in each glass panel. You have a great amount of wonderful architecture in your town.

m_m said...

Beautiful modern building! Great reflection.

Jen said...

that is such a great shot of the sky!

(I have to be honest with you, I didn't know Regina was one of Canada's most beautiful Cities! I'm from Vancouver...which is also beautiful!)

Steffi said...

Wow...that´s a fantastic photo for a SWF!Great reflection!I love it!Thank you for sharing!Have a nice weekend!

Sylvia K said...

That is indeed spectacular! Absolutely breathtaking! Great shot, Guy!
Have a great weekend!

Sara G said...

Very cool. Love the building and the reflection of the cloudy sky!!
Take care and Happy SWF

Merisi said...

Brilliant!

luna miranda said...

wow! excellent photo!

Uma por Dia said...

Wow
What a great reflection!

Firefly said...

Hi Guy. Its been so hectic lately that I haven't had much chance to pop by. I love your pic. The reflextion in the windows as really clear. Well done.

bowledover said...

Fantastic capture Guy. Thanks for sharing. Have a great weekend.

ascu75 aka Don said...

Guy that is so simple but so much going on great capture XXX Don

Kathy said...

Awesome shot Guy! Perfect! =) Hope you have a great Friday.

Kitty said...

It's like what a big slice of "sky-cake" would look like, if there was such a thing... Nice shot!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Cool photo, Guy!

Quiet Paths said...

Wow! You've really a great one here. Excellent capture.

Photo Cache said...

Fabulous reflections. That's a neat looking building.

the foto fanatic said...

Outstanding!

SandyCarlson said...

That is a very unusual and beautiful building.

Carol said...

What a great photo! Love the angles on the bldg...and the reflection is clear and beautiful...

prkl said...

That's one great photo and beautifull skies! Happy SWF!

gogouci said...

Beautiful reflections.

Mary Elizabeth said...

Great captures of reflections.
Thanks for sharing.
Have a great weekend.
Visit my Sky Watch @ Now and Then

cieldequimper said...

Poster stuff!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I love those reflections. Wonderful.

Calm Energy said...

Wow Guy, A STRIKING photo! The image of the sky on the windows is so clear ~ A window to heaven ~ So much better than concrete! ~Maria

Mojo said...

I've always thought this building was cool, and the reflections in this shot are especially brilliant!

susieofarabia said...

Gorgeous! What an interesting shaped building - and the reflections are marvelous!

The Write Girl said...

What a gorgeous shot of the sky through the reflection of the building. That is a lovely piece of architecture.

Pacey said...

Wow,that's a thematic reflection here Guy. Excellent shot again.

TCKK said...

Beautiful sky reflections!!! Happy SWF

Lynda Lehmann said...

What an amazing capture!

J Bar said...

The reflections are a great idea for a skywatch.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Stunning, stunning shot Guy!

kazu said...

It's so beauyiful.
Great photo!

Sally in WA said...

I love the reflections in the building!

Have a great Friday.

uncleawang said...

Wonderful & just the way I liked:)
Great landmark & refection images.

Rob Inukshuk said...

Nice reflected sky - I like it!
We seem to have had the same idea this week. Enjoy your weekend.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

The reflection of the clouds is about the clearest seen-- ever. Stunning.

zbest said...

That is an awesome photo, so cool

Small City Scenes said...

Those reflectioms are so unique. Your previous post would go well with Sky Watch too. All so beautiful. MB

Chriss said...

This is fantastic. WOW!

James said...

Awesome reflection!

The Explorer said...

A very unique sky view from that tower.

alicesg said...

Wow this is so beautiful. I love the reflection in the glass.

Ana said...

Cool, very powerfull shot. Happy swf

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

Love those reflections. Nice shot.

Daryl said...

A super reflecting shot ..

Lisa Wilson said...

What a huge reflection! That's just amazing.

Arlene said...

What a perfect blue sky being reflected in that huge building. :) I wonder too how does it feels like to work inside there. :)

Very very cool shot!

Happy week-end!

Dewdrop said...

I love reflection shots, and this building makes awesome ones! Great capture!!! You're an excellent Redina "Guy" D (guide) lol

Tricia said...

Great Sky Watch shot & very creative also!

mononeil said...

Reflections, composition, exposure and many more are spot on. Nice one.

Titania said...

It is uniqe and beautiful how the sky reflects in this building.

sunnymama said...

Absolutely spectacular. I love it!

Regina said...

Fantastic wow!

VALKYRIEN said...

I'm a little late taking the tour!
And that is an amazing building with absolutely great reflections! I love buildings like that! And as you said; we had a bit of the same idea for SWF this week!

Thanks for visiting! :)

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